R. Bruce Elder

Consolations (Love Is an Art of Time) Part 1: The Fugitive Gods

220 min. colour 1988

"Elder's most philosophical film ... subtly woven connections ... proceed under a contemplative regime" that "solicits the memories of the whole cycle in more delicate ways." Bart Testa

"Elder is on the right track, the only track, despite the overbearing length, is harmonious, lucid and emotional." Helen Knode

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